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    P2 Task two Tissues The tissues are structures formed by a group of billion of cells with a similar structure. A group of cells together form tissues, tissues from organs and organs are form system organs. There are four different types of basic animal tissue: 1) Epithelial Tissue: This tissue is formed of one or a few layers of cells adhere to a basement membrane. it is found in internal and external organs surfaces. It is divides into: a) Squamous Epithelium - Squamous Simple Epithelium: the…

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    Specialised Nerve Impulses

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    axons. What is the cell body responsible for? The cell body is responsible for producing proteins; the cell body also carries organelles including the nucleus and mitochondria of every neuron. There are billions of neurons found in the nervous tissue, these neurons vary in size and are sensitive…

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    Myofascial Release Therapy

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    individual has tight or damaged muscle tissue. This tight or damaged muscle tissue can be as a result of previous injuries or trauma which had a damaging effect on the muscles, tendons and ligaments; ultimately leading to inflexible tissues that is prone to future injury and pain. Tight or damaged muscles are usually deprived of blood…

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    My Ankle Research Paper

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    I went to a family picnic about two years ago and they a lot of outdoor activities, like flying kites. I decided to fly the kite but the wind was not as strong so I had to run really fast to elevate the kite. I was preoccupied with the kite and was constantly looking back to see how high it was going. Due to that, I was unaware where I was running and tripped over the leg of a picnic table and sprained my left ankle. My injury was a sprain, specifically a grade one sprain. My left ankle was…

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    Fetal Consent Case Study

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    only is it illegal to take these things, it is incredibly immoral to do with or without a law. Before laws were implemented, doctors could take from their patients as they pleased. While there are many issues surrounding the use of human cells and tissues in scientific research, the main issue surrounds that of morality and subsequently, ownership and consent. It is unethical to perform scientific testing on a fetal…

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    agreements with the funeral homes, and the funeral homes allow them to carve up organs from bodies before they are cremated. To eliminate any type of suspicion, the funeral home directors make false certificates for the brokers, so that they can sell tissue to an American research facility…

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    Tissue Culture Essay

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    Application of Plant Tissue Culture HORT 306 Term Paper Huan Wu 1. Introduction Tissue Culture means the tissue or cells that separated form the origin organism. Tissue culture technique is a very important tool for human society. Tissue culture allows sample accurate and fast copy of advantage individual, making a lot of miracles based on science. It shortens the time for normal selection, and spread out controllable advantage traits. Tissue Culture plays key role in crop selection. Tissue…

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    Heart Tissue Regeneration

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    cause irreversible damage to the heart's tissue, jeopardizing the whole machinery. Currently, there is no way to restore lost heart function after a devastating heart attack in humans because the damaged tissue cannot be successfully repaired. The only option for many, is a heart transplant, which has its own risks and complications. However, a research paper recently published in the journal Regenerative Medicine documents the first ever account of heart tissue regeneration and function…

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    Tissue Engineering Essay

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    1.0 Neural Tissue Engineering Nerve injury and loss are common clinical problems, that can cause significant affects to a patient’s overall quality of life: Whether within the Peripheral or Central Nervous Systems. Neural Engineering is a sub-discipline within Biomedical Engineering that utilizes engineering techniques to understand, repair, replace and even enhance the properties of the neural system. In the field of Neural Tissue Engineering, the practice has been greatly limited to the…

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    Deep Tissue Massage

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    needs to go for the message that suits them well and brings multiple health benefits. And one such massage is the deep tissue massage. A deep tissue massage is a therapy of massage in which pressure is applied on the deeper layers of the body in a systematic and concentrating way. Deep pressure is applied through slow strokes on the contracted areas. The main aim of the deep tissue massage is to emancipate the persistent patterns of tension in the body. It is a therapeutic as well as…

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